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Steve Flink: Moment of Truth for ATP

In the middle of the second week at the last major championship held in 2011, the worst kind of weather swept relentlessly and alarmingly across Flushing Meadows. On Tuesday September 7 and Wednesday September 8, with the U.S. Open heading toward a golden homestretch, as the game's top competitors and the public eagerly awaited a stirring conclusion at the largest of all American sporting events, New Yorkers were pelted with unwelcome summer...

In the news: Tennis legend Cliff Drysdale brings expertise to Utah by Amy Donaldson, Deseret News

LINK TO THE ORIGINAL ARTICLE HERE HEBER CITY — Hitting a tennis ball has always provided a refuge for legendary tennis player Cliff Drysdale. Not only did he love competing in the sport, it also often saved him from the drudgery of homework. "The one thing (my mom) allowed me to do was go hit tennis balls against the wall if I wanted to get out of home work for a bit," said Drysdale, who was at the Red Ledges' Cliff Drysdale...

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